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Re: DR 122: Mapping issues

From: Henry Lowe <hlowe@omg.org>
Date: Tue, 05 Dec 2000 13:50:09 -0500
Message-Id: <4.1.20001205134252.04160c00@emerald.omg.org>
To: Yves Lafon <ylafon@w3.org>
Cc: "xml-dist-app@w3.org" <xml-dist-app@w3.org>
I have no problem with keeping it.  Duplicates (or near dups) 
are easy to deal with -- it's when there is no requirement 
that you have problems.

Not sure I agree with you on transports.  While HTTP will 
satisfy many requirements, it won't cover everything.  For 
example, if a connection oriented (CO) transport isn't available, 
you may want a messaging transport, e.g., MQSeries.  Another 
example might be two phase commit transactions (as distinct from 
transactions as used in the EDI world), HTTP won't help much.

Best regards,
Henry
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At 07:10 PM 12/05/2000 +0100, Yves Lafon wrote:
>On Mon, 4 Dec 2000, Jean-Jacques Moreau wrote:
>
>> Henry Lowe wrote:
>>
>> > The current text for DR 122 is given.  Then (in the proposal) it is
>> > suggested that this text for DR 122 is a dup(licate) of DR 122.
>> > Unless there is a typo here, I don't understand what is a duplicate
>> > of what.
>>
>> Sorry, this was a typo. Thanks for spotting this.
>>
>> Here's the correct text.
>>
>> Proposal for DR 122
>> ---------------------
>> Considering that we will NOT be looking at other mappings, I consider
>> this requirement as a dup of DR 121 [1], and so I propose that we drop it.
>
>Well, it is not exactly a dup, as an outcome of this requirement is
><< WG may consider issue a warning about the possible problems of reusing
>non-safe "transports">>
>Also, we don't know if people will want in the future to start another
>binding (although it is quite unlikely).
>Also work on the HTTP binding will provide the right warnings to address
>this DR. (So I am for keeping it :) )
>
>-- 
>Yves Lafon - W3C / Jigsaw - XML Protocol - HTTP
>"Baroula que barouleras, au tiéu toujou t'entourneras."
>
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